UK Newswire Archive
The congress is organized by Forza Nuova.
The theme is the all capital letters: "Our Europe: Peoples and Traditions against banks and usury."
29-03-2009 08:29Due to a good turn out against the BNP they were prevented from grouping in the Town Centre
In the wake of this campaign, there has been talk of applying the SHAC model in other contexts, such as environmental defense and anti-war organizing. But what is the SHAC model, precisely? What are its strengths and limitations? Is it, in fact, an effective model? If so, for what?
This analysis explores these questions in depth, charting the history of anti-HLS organizing and reviewing subsequent attempts to utilize the same tactics.
28-03-2009 22:25Translation from Spanish.
28-03-2009 19:05Corrupt cops offer cash reward for snitches!
28-03-2009 17:06Despite their oh so revolutionary rhetoric the G20 protesters don't really understand the lifestyles of those who have found themselves impoverished by current events. The vast majority of working class people do not hanker after the trappings of middle class consumerism, we are not the ultra-competitive wankers that their education system would like us to be. And yet Schnews has declared...
28-03-2009 16:44Thousands marched through London today 'for Jobs, Justice and Climate' as part of a global campaign to challenge the G20 ahead of next weeks summit.
Indymedia London published a timeline of events from reports direct from the march...
28-03-2009 16:37Everyone is urged to support the Global Day of Action on Monday 30th March by contacting Tescos and Waitrose Customer Services to complain about their practice of selling goods grown on Illegal Israeli settlements and misleadingly labelling some of these goods “West Bank”
Tescos 0800 505 555 email@example.com
Waitrose 0800 188 881 firstname.lastname@example.org
28-03-2009 13:18Watching out for NATO expansion
28-03-2009 13:17Following a substantial uphill battle, ex-ambassador to Uzbekistan Craig Murray posts today in his blog an analysis of the unavoidable admission from the British Foreign & Commonwealth Office that the UK government have a policy of obtaining intelligence from torture. In Craig's view, this is the most important event in several years of his attempting to expose this fact, and he urges anyone who cares for human rights to disseminate this story/URL as far and wide as possible.
28-03-2009 11:59Raymond Gilbert is still in prison with little hope of release soon. He was convicted in December ’81 of the murder of a bookmaker, John Suffield, in Liverpool. Suffield was stabbed to death on the morning of Friday 13th March that year. Convicted at the same time as Gilbert was John Kamara, who was eventually released by the Court of Appeal in 2000 after long years maintaining his innocence.